How Physiotherapy Helps in Rotator Cuff Tendinitis Recovery

How Physiotherapy Helps in Rotator Cuff Tendinitis Recovery
Rotator cuff tendinitis, a frequent cause of shoulder discomfort among individuals in their middle years, can often be effectively managed and alleviated through targeted physiotherapy interventions. In this informative video, Dr. Tay Eileen, a Senior Orthopedic Consultant from The Orthopedic Practice and Surgery and Joel Toh, a Physiotherapist from Get Moving Physiotherapy.
Joel breaks down the rehabilitation process, starting with understanding the root cause of the pain and tailoring activities accordingly. Next, he emphasises the importance of normalising range of motion through targeted exercises, including stretching and engaging adjacent muscles.
As muscle strength improves, Joel introduces exercises utilising resistance bands and adjunct therapies like ultrasound to expedite recovery. Isometric exercises with resistance bands and kinetic link training are incorporated to effectively target multiple muscle groups, mimicking real-life movements.
Moreover, proprioception exercises using a gym ball are introduced to enhance shoulder awareness, facilitating the recovery process.
Join us as we explore these strategies and more, empowering individuals to reclaim comfort and functionality in their daily lives despite the challenges of Rotator Cuff Tendinitis. With physiotherapy guidance, a pain-free shoulder is within reach!
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